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For the few followers I have left…..

Hi, I know i haven´t been posting recently due to several things, like going home for the Holidays and that kind of shit, but also because I wanted to change my bloggin type, now I will only reblog stuff that seems interesting to me but I will also keep it in order so the blog won´t be a mess…. anyway I´m leaving this blog and if you´re interested you can follow the new one (sapp-er) and since I´m starting from scratch I´ll be checking every new follower, I guess that´s it.

Thank You Everyone sincerely Josse

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simonwilchesc:

The German Tango by Louis Raemaekers 
Cartoons against isolationism in WWI

Raemaekers cartoons were instrumental in fighting against deeply entrenched American isolationism, and in 1917 the United States entered the war. Raemaekers quickly organized a lecture tour of the US and Canada, rallying the allies to support the French and mobilize against the Germans. The Christian Science Monitor said of Raemaekers, “From the outset his works revealed something more than the humorous or ironical power of the caricaturist; they showed that behind the mere pictorial comment on the war was a man who thought and wrought with a deep and uncompromising conviction as to right and wrong.”


Read more at (Editorial Cartoonists: Louis Raemaekers- The Cartoonist Who Helped Win The First World War)Via http://animationresources.org/

simonwilchesc:

The German Tango by Louis Raemaekers 

Cartoons against isolationism in WWI

Raemaekers cartoons were instrumental in fighting against deeply entrenched American isolationism, and in 1917 the United States entered the war. Raemaekers quickly organized a lecture tour of the US and Canada, rallying the allies to support the French and mobilize against the Germans. The Christian Science Monitor said of Raemaekers, “From the outset his works revealed something more than the humorous or ironical power of the caricaturist; they showed that behind the mere pictorial comment on the war was a man who thought and wrought with a deep and uncompromising conviction as to right and wrong.”


Read more at (Editorial Cartoonists: Louis Raemaekers- The Cartoonist Who Helped Win The First World War)

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L’Enfer de Dante Alighieri, Charon and the river Acheron. Woodcut by Gustave Doré from his illustrations for the Divina Comedia of Dante from 1861 till 1868

hadrianestou:

L’Enfer de Dante Alighieri, Charon and the river Acheron. Woodcut by Gustave Doré from his illustrations for the Divina Comedia of Dante from 1861 till 1868

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bloodandcandies:

The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II.

bloodandcandies:

The evacuation of the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the Louvre during World War II.

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